tv News 19 11 CBS February 19, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm EST
and now it's up to you to make a decision. the polls open at 7:00 in the morning and state election officials are expecting a record turn out. the field of 17 has been reduceed to six, ben carson, jeb bush, ted cruz, marco rubio, donald trump and jan kasich. >> reporter: in a few hours the convention center will be the prime location for many to see the primary results. we've gone from 16 down to six and now they're waiting and still have a long way to go for the nomination in the summer. >> on the republican side,
everybody figured oh, well this will be my turn. jeb bush,. >> kristina: ti, ted cruz, lindsey graham, bobby jindal, rand paul, rick perry, marco rubio, rick santorum, donald trump, scott walker and more thought 2016 would be their year. scott hoffman says all of the candidates just muttleed the field for voters. >> when you have so many people you just hear i believe this and that without policy discussion and you end up having debate winners by who throughout the best snipeing lane. >> reporter: back in april of last year scott walker was in the lead with south carolina voters and jeb bush right behind him. that's a different outlook from
>> you go from trump nowhere, bush riding high, walker doing well. walker is out, bush is struggleing, trump shot to the forefront in the december poland behind him, in second place, ted cruz and right there with him, ben carson. >> are the rankings have changed again. trump in the lead with 35% cruz with 18 and ohio governor john kasich and rubio tiededwith 11 and 12% of the voters. >> it would be a shock if donald trump did not win at this point. are now a nonpartisan political newspaper in d.c. says with trump leading in the polls, it'll be interesting to see how it pans out. >> if he wins here he will have
march 1st is a huge day in the race. 11 states are voteing. donald trump would be going in as the clear front runner. >> reporter: so now we're down to six with bush, rubio, cruz, carson, kasich and, of course, trump, the front runner and looking to take over the primary. we'll just have to see as the polls open up in the morning as you said, j.r.. this is going to bebea busy day for republicans. laurur thomas, news 19, wltx. >> tonight a lot of attention has been put on south carolina status as the first in the south and it's with good reason. since its inception in 1980, south carolina has a pretty good track record of pick the eventual nominee.
muck by, mack cane won with 33% here before win the nomination n.2012 the state picked gingrich with 40% but romney got the nomination. south carolina has 50 republican delegates up for grabs tomorrow. you can see, follow the iowa caucus and new hampshire primary, trump is first with 17, cruz and rubio are in the double digits 11 and 10 respectively. everybody else is following, rson with 3. it takes 37 nomination. one poll has trump up double digits, one with cruz within five points, another showing
of donald trump. the survey has trump 27, rubio 24, cruz, carson and bush then carson with 7%. despite all of the polls anumber of voters are still undecided to night. sonya gutierrez has that part of the story. >> it's a small time, small time atmosphere. are over 200 registered voters here and they say rural areas matter. >> >>: economy, the growth here to bring business back in again. family business. agree.'m undecided. if the president came here and says i want to put funds here, we need that.
planning to vote in the primary and it's between hillary clinton and trump. there is a lot of competition out there and i have not really heard anything that i'm really excite about. >> reporter: catherine says she's undecided but voteing in republican party. >> the one i vote for is for all people and concerns of education, fair housing for everybody and to make sure that the lives of our senior citizens are being taken care of. >> reporter: other voters are alsoonsidering hillary clinton. >> she's intemp jent, well spoken but i don't think other countries would take her seriously. >> reporter: she said because of the way women are seen around the world. >> i think i'd vote for jeb bush if i voted. >> there are two locations where you can vote, swansea
for complete coverage of the primary go to wltx.com and click on sc primaries. >> in kershaw county a judge set bond for 49-year-old jim any nefi after killing 17-year- old brandon experience. he shot spencer last weekend after seeing theheteenager and others stealing from his truck. >> a sumter jury has convict add man who killed his grandparents. joseph manners was sentenceed to two life sentences plus 30 years. in june 2013 he set the house on fire. his grandfather, 68-year-old james friday blunt force trauma to the head before the fire. his grandmother, janice topper, died as result of the blaze. still ahead, when we me
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in the great lakes region and produced wind gusts to about 60 miles per hour today not a lot of precipitation around the country right now and temperatures have been warm to the west today. 77 degrees in st. louis, san antonio 80 degrees and warm erections tended northward up into the northern plains. the cold weather was here along the eastern sea board. we've cleared out, 47 in sumter, 49 in orangeburg, 51 here in columbia. our computer model show the clouds coming in around daybreak tomorrow. we'll be under mostly cloudy skies tomorrow. we're not expecting rain. on sunday more clouds come in and we might see a slight chance for some rain. the rain coming into the upstate on sunday will be fade having i'm not sure if it'll make it here on not.
cloudy skies into the be gingrich of the week and we'll see rain. no rain projected on monday but other models are projecting some rain. here is the forecast tonight lof 41 in newberry, camden 43, columbia, highs tomorrow about 65 in newberry, 69 for clump ymaybe 72 degrees in st. mattheus. seven day forecast mostly cloudy, high of 73 on sunday. then the rain begins to increase on monday with a high of 65. our best chance for rain is tuesday and wednesday and it'll be turning cooler, 56 tuesday, 55 on wednesday. getting back to partly cloudy skies on thursday with a high of 57 and sunny next friday with a high temperature of # 8.
>> a nice weekend and as warm as it is, nice to be outside. >> thank you jim. tonight our coverage of the lie zac o'neill continues. she had the disease san phillipo syndrome. many came out for the round raiser. liza is a sweet girl here in the town and she got a diagnosis and family thought they were fighting alone in the world. they started fundraising efforts here in columbia. in the past two years, just from their house in columbia they've raised over $3 million for san phillipo research. it's amazing what they've been able to accomplish.
carolina wins it 10-1. here is chad holbrook after tonight's win. i'm pleased with the way we played. we played great defense behind our guys. the guys were full of energy today, anxious for this day. they couldn't wait for it to get here and i think they performed well. >> and up the road, the elgin grad in his first game has baseball coach, hosting maine. double out toe right and that brings in eli white. pitcher charlie barnes out of sumter will go to work. he strikes out two in the 1st ining. maine wins it 4-3, game two tomorrow at 2:00.
where the super bowl of nascar is sunday. richard petty went there multiple times. trent is entering his third season as a crew chief on the sprint cup level. >> i feel more comfortable in the sprint come series. i feel good fact guys and i feel gad about the feedback eric was giving me last year. i feel like we were able to get the car in a good place. i think your qualifying needs to be better this year. all the things in 15 and the changes in '16 kittitas will
>> the first race of the schedule series, jordan anderson, got tv time tonight. >> it's humbling when you have not only all the people and you're siting behind the city. having columbia mean as lot of different things. the reason i'm at write'm at things i've done. it's because of all the people that's helped me over the years. >> high school hoops, falcons taking on lancaster. christian brown puts it on the floor. more falcons. the ball never touches the floor. james reid stuffing it home. brown comes one the loose ball and finds' for the easy bucket.
over at spring valley, vikings taking on westside. spring valley, defending 4 a state champion. hill is good from long range. more from the vikings as shante' taylor will get the jumper in the paint. sometimes those are the toughest to hit. the vikings take it 56-40. steve spurrier staying busy. she was in atlanta for an event tonight, cureing kids cancer. this is part of his new role as assistant to the school president. spurrier was part of a pan that answered questions from the kids. spurrier, it's part of his new role with the university.
university, promotes all of the sports teams, make a few talks here and there. it's not real demanding. we have wonderful people in south carolina. we're really proud of women's basketball, just won their last night. i just she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription
drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the j j done... for us. i'm hillary clinton
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